Archives for April 2007

Five Things I Like About Working From Home

It used to be that if you worked from home you would try and disguise the fact. I remember there was a television advertisement once for what we used to call a “telephone company” but which would now be called a telecommunications or media company, the point of which ad was that by using some […]

How Twitter Can Help You Build Traffic

A couple of days ago I wrote about the “mini-blogging” phenomenon of Twitter. And now I’ve noticed a post by Neil Patel which lists several steps for using Twitter to increase traffic to your site. He says: Twitter is still in its infancy, but it can still drive hundreds, if not thousands of visitors. The […]

Multiple Postings Not Intended

Anyone who has an RSS feed from this blog will presumably have just received half a dozen copies of the same post, about Australia’s Anzac Day. My apologies. The multiple copies were not due to an excess of national spirit. Basically I was doing a minor edit and thought I’d just re-saved the post, not […]

A Special Day for Australians: Lest We Forget

This is a personal post for a special day. Because today, April 25, is a special day for Australians. Although we have an official national day, Australia Day in January, today, Anzac Day, has much more significance for most Australians. The Australian War Memorial site explains why. ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably […]

Twitter – Help or Hindrance to the Work From Home Brigade?

If you are work from home and are vaguely interested in what’s happening with new Web applications, every day’s email and news feeds can brim with temptation to explore the latest new thing, rather than getting on with your planned work. For those who make a business of exploring the latest new things, there is […]